- An unusual circumstance happened to two pairs of twin babies who were born in Germany and the United States
- These twins were born on different days, years, and as well as decades even if they were only minutes apart from being born
- This unusual circumstance happened because the first baby was born on the New Year’s eve of 2019 and the second baby was born in 2020
Having twin babies is a dream pr
egnancy for some parents. Because this means that they will be able to take care of two babies and will no longer be worried about having a second child.
While some parents may want twins, some prefer it to be a solo birth; since raising two kids at the same time requires a lot of attention, money, and patience.
But what if the twins were born in a different birth date, years, and decades? Are they still considered twins since twins should celebrate birthdays on the same day? The answer is yes, they are still twins. And yes, this circumstance can happen.
In unusual scenarios that happened on the New Year’s eve of 2019, a set of twins was born in Germany and the United States. But these twins were born on different days, years, and as well as decades even if they were only minutes apart from being born.
In Germany, twin baby brothers Leon and Noel were born almost one hour apart from each other. Leon was born on December 31, 2019 at 11:24 p.m. Then Noel came next at 12:24 on January 1, 2020. This means that these twins have different birth years on their birth certificates.
Meanwhile in the US, the same scenario happened. Fraternal twins Joslyn and Jaxon were delivered 30 minutes apart on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day. Fraternal twins can either be of the same s
ex or different s ex es.
Joslyn, the baby girl, was born first at 11:37 p.m. on New Year’s Eve in 2019. While her baby brother Jaxon came along 30 minutes after. Therefore, Joslyn was born on December 31, 2019, and Jaxon was born on January 1, 2020.
The twins from Germany and the US were delivered safely and are already in good condition. Congrats to the parents! And may you celebrate their birthdays together or two times to avoid confusion.